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Pop Stuff: Facebook, Friend or Foe?


Is the glam and glitter of social media really worth forsaking our privacy?

Pop Stuff: Home is Where the Hearth Is


Globalization has made it increasingly common for people to call more than one place home

Pop Stuff: On Loving ‘La La Land’

Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling in 'La La Land.' Photo: Dale Robinette

La La Land brings movie magic and pitch perfect optimism to an increasingly cynical climate

Pop Stuff: Happily, Ever, After

This is a poster for 'Snow White and the Huntsman'

An insight into how fairy-tales can help shape feminism

Pop Stuff: The Rise and Rise of Trump

People are grappling with what to tell their daughters, whether their families will be torn apart or how to feel safe in Trumpland. Photo: Gage Skidmore/Flickr/CC BY SA 2.0

As we see America turn on her axis pivoting away from globalization, inclusion and progressive ideals, how must we react?

Pop Stuff: Yves Saint Laurent and the Burkini

Photo: Kzenon/Shutterstock.com

An insight into how the burkini can empower women

Pop Stuff: Tales of a Screen Junkie


A look into how films can captivate our soul and imprint a message that we may take forward in life

Pop Stuff: The Snowden Effect

Edward Snowden. Photo: Freedom of the Press Foundation/CC BY 4.0

While he might not have a moonwalk that catapaulted him into the stratosphere, the specter of Edward Snowden’s leaks makes even Michael Jackson’s influence on pop culture seem insignificant

Pop Stuff: New News, Old Blueprints

In tuning in to a voice like Arnab Goswami on 'The Newshour Debate', we risk becoming passive players in our interaction with world events.

Are we spouting our own opinions or those of our favorite pundits; can we even tell the difference?

Pop Stuff: Imaginary Friends


Are superhero sequels breeding a “forgettable mess of spandex and destruction”?

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